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Pickles from my 2010 Garden

post #1 of 11
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I got my pickles all canned for this year.

12 pints of Dill Chips

8 quarts of Dill Spears

8 quarts of Bread & Butter Slices


post #2 of 11

I love canned foods - used to help my mom while growing up.  I thought it was a chore, but I sure appreciate the work she did now!  Those look great :)

post #3 of 11
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Thanks I got it from my mom also,I am canning everything possible this year trying to stay away from store bought as much as possible.

post #4 of 11

That looks awesome I'm looking forward to being able to have a garden large enough to can most of my own stuff

post #5 of 11

Great looking pickles!

post #6 of 11

Good Job!!!  ~~~ We'll be making a big batch of B&B soon! ~~~ Ain't nothing better!

post #7 of 11

Those pickles look so good, thanks for sharing the pics. Now.... somebody get me a sammie.

post #8 of 11

Now those are awesome and the wife wants me to make some now too. Do you have a recipe for the dills and the sweet pickles too. I like the dill she likes the bread n butter.

post #9 of 11
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Thanks every one,The last 3 years I have been using Mrs.Wages Quick Process Pickle mixes,,They are a lot easier than most other recipes and I think they taste alot better.This year they started carrying Mrs.Wages at our local grocery store before that I order them online.

post #10 of 11

are the dill crisp????????  I hate soft dill pickles!!!!!  

post #11 of 11
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My secret ingredient to make sure they are crisp is add a little calcium chloride to the jars when canning,they are always crisp.I have bought CC online from but just found some this week at Lowes,its called Ball Pickle Crisp Granules.

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